Kraftwerk LT awarded a 23 million-euro contract

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The big project in China is the largest contract in the 25-year history of the company from Wels.

Wels, AT/China, 11 October 2016.

Kraftwerk Living Technologies, international specialist in the field of audio-visual system integration based in Wels, was awarded the largest contract so far in its 25-year history. The large project, worth a total of 23 million euros, includes a 4D theater with 800 seats as well as a Flying Theater attraction for a Chinese cultural resort. Kraftwerk Living Technologies is responsible for the audio-visual system integration as well as for the design of the attraction and for the implementation of the project.

“Our increased focus on large international projects in the entertainment, museum and automotive sectors over the past years is bearing fruits”, says Manfred Meier, founder and CEO of Kraftwerk Living Technologies. “Contracts like this one confirm to us that we have picked the right strategy and have become an established and valued partner internationally. We are extremely proud of this milestone and are looking forward to the moment when the doors to these new attractions finally open and the plans become reality.”

Further highlights:

  • In the planning stage: Sensational attraction in New York City
  • Kraftwerk Living Technologies has a current contract volume of 54 million euros
  • Up to 40,000 people – some two thirds of the population of Wels – are entertained every day at what is currently the largest 4D theater in the world, the 5D Castle Theater in the Chimelong Ocean Kingdom in Zhuhai (CN), built by Kraftwerk Living Technologies.